The first tiny cannon video was an introductory affair. This, the second in the series, wastes no time getting to the destruction: glass bottles, fluorescent lights, computer monitors and a balloon - but this time it's filled with gasoline. [LaughingSquid]
The Tiny Cannon Is Back, Destroying Bigger Stuff Than Ever
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